Janet Bewley: Voters deserve say on voucher spending

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The recent spring ballot gave Wisconsin voters sixty-five opportunities to cast votes on public school funding requests ranging from new facilities to basic operations. In Northern Wisconsin communities voters were able to approve an increase for classroom education and deferred maintenance in one district and decide against spending on a new facility in another.
Unfortunately -- when it comes to state-mandated spending on voucher schools -- voters didn’t have the same ch...

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